In this session a member asks how to create a full width header using one of our plugins. You can do this using the BYOB Thesis Full-Width Backgrounds Plugins. The first thing you need to do is to select the Full-width Framework under Site Layout in Thesis Design Options; this gives you the ability to
Learn how to add tiled background images to a full width framework using our Thesis Full Width Backgrounds plugin.
This is Part 2 of the series on How to Add Tiled Background Images to a Full Width Framework and in this session we show how to style the header and the footer widgets. Now the next thing I’m going to do is change it up for the header area. So if we come back
In this session, we demonstrate how to install our BYOB Thesis Full Width Backgrounds Plugin and then discuss its many features. With this plugin you can currently customize the background areas of body, header, content and footer in a full width framework Thesis site. Okay I want to just quickly demonstrate my cool plugin that
In this session a member asks how to make a full width header and a widgetized footer. We discuss how to achieve that using Site Layout options in Thesis Design Options and some CSS code. We also show where to find some of our video tutorials about these subjects. Soon our Footer Widgets Plugin will
Welcome to Lesson 9 of the Build Your Own E-Commerce Website tutorial series. The goal of this tutorial series is to show you how to create a fully functional ecommerce website using WordPress, Thesis and WP e-Store. This is the third of the tutorials on styling your new ecommerce website. In these tutorials we’ll be
Welcome back to Part 3 of Lesson 9 of the Build Your Own E-Commerce Website tutorial series. In the third part of this lesson we are going to add a background image to our full-width framework header area. Before we do that I want to take a look at what the final product will be.
Welcome back to Part 5 of Lesson 9 of the Build Your Own E-Commerce Website tutorial series. In the fifth part of this lesson we are going to add a background image to our full-width framework footer area. Let’s take a look at what we’re going to try to accomplish. If we look over here